I received in mail from Tomoson as part of a product review a Sue’s bracelet helper.It comes as a long stick looking product with a love charm on it and a clip on the end and also the wire is green. The purpose of the bracelet helper is to get the bracelet clap. It is a nice idea and since we all have a hard time putting bracelets on because of the small claps and as you get older it becomes even harder. This is the link to her website: http://suesbracelethelper.com/blog/
The price to purchase one is $10.99 plus shipping and it is only available online. When you purchase one 25% goes to Parkinson’s research which is a great cause as you may know someone that has been effected by this disease.
How to use taken from her website:
CLIP your bracelet clasp into the Sue’s Bracelet Helper.
GRIP the Sue’s Bracelet Helper in the palm of the hand on which you will fasten your bracelet
.FLIP your bracelet around your wrist, fasten the clasp, and simply remove your Sue’s Bracelet Helper.History: I bought my first bracelet helper for my mom, Dori. She was afflicted with Parkinson ’s disease and had long since given up wearing her bracelets. I found the bracelet helper in the back of a magazine and ordered it right away. It was such a joy to see her smile, using her bracelet helper to clasp her favorite bracelets! It was wonderful that these old friends could be part of her life again. But the real joy was that with the bracelet helper she could clasp it herself! So why the Sue’s Bracelet Helper? While the bracelet helper I purchased for my mom was functional it was well, less than pretty. So I started making my own bracelet helpers. Pretty bracelet helpers, with warm comfortable wooden handles, colorful wire wrap and large secure clasps that are easy to use. And Sue’s Bracelet Helpers have a wonderful charm, sure to make you smile. Sue’s Bracelet Helper will serve another benefit. Every Sue’s Bracelet Helper you purchase will raise money for Parkinson’s Research. A portion of Sues Bracelet Helper proceeds will be donated to the Parkinson’s Association of San Diego. Every Sue’s Bracelet Helper you purchase brings us closer to a world without Parkinson’s.
Disclaimer: I received this product as part of a product review and in no way
I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.
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